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Walking tips from the Irish Heart Foundation

Walking is one of the most popular ways of getting active, with 66 per cent of the Irish population doing recreational walking on a weekly basis. This summer, it is set to get even more popular when the Castlebar International Four Days’ Walks Festival comes to the area. The Irish Heart Foundation (IHF) promotes walking for heart health through its network of Slí na Sláinte (Path to Health) walking routes which can be found in nearly 200 locations across the country. To celebrate the Castlebar International Four Days’ Walks Festival, the national charity fighting heart disease and stroke is sharing walking tips with local people to help them get the most out of being active this summer.

Mayo Healthy Living Month

Local heart and stroke charity Croí and Mayo PCCC, HSE West are encouraging everyone to get out and get active during Mayo Healthy Living Month which takes place during May.

New Year get active resolution

The New Year is a great time to look to the year ahead and make positive changes, and one such change that many people think of is to get fit and be more active. The Get Ireland Active website (www.getirelandactive.ie) is a great resource for anyone who would like to get more active and is looking for advice and suggestions on where to begin. The website was developed by HSE as a one-stop information source on how to get involved in physical activity.

HSE says get out and get active this winter

The HSE is urging people to resist the temptation to stay by the fire or watch television for long periods and instead get active as we settle into the New Year.

New Year get active resolution

The New Year is a great time to look to the year ahead and make positive changes, and one such change that many people think of is to get fit and be more active. The Get Ireland Active website (www.getirelandactive.ie) is a great resource for anyone who would like to get more active and is looking for advice and suggestions on where to begin. The website was developed by HSE as a one-stop information source on how to get involved in physical activity.

Get fit for anything in the New Year

If your New Year resolution is to get fit then the HSE’s Get Ireland Active website (www.getirelandactive.ie) is the place to start.

Get active over the festive season

This festive season, the HSE is encouraging people to get active. At this time of year, with the shorter days, rain and cold, sitting by the fire watching TV often feels like the best option. However, getting more active is a great way to improve your mood and enjoy the festive cheer, with the added benefit of helping to burn off extra calories from the party season.

Local groups to benefit from sports grants for older people

More than 45 groups countrywide are set to benefit from the ‘Go for Life’ national grant scheme for sport and physical activity for older people.

Operation Transformation National walk day

The Irish Heart Foundation calls on the people of Kilkenny to take part in RTE’ s Operation Transformation National Walk Day next Saturday January 15, being organised by the Irish Sports Council’s Local Sports Partnerships.

Keep children active

Children and young people need to be moderately active for one hour every day. Some types of moderate physical activity include brisk walking, games and active play, dance, cycling, swimming, skipping, climbing, gymnastics, and most sports.

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